The Connacht Property Auction will hold its fifth and final public auction event of the year today November 22 at 7pm in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. Recent years have shown that the months of November and December are particularly strong in terms of property sales, both for residential and commercial property. The auction team are now working with property owners, as well as buyers, who are keen to have a sale achieved between now and Christmas.
The company is already taking entries for its 2019 online and public auctions. Patrick Folan of The Connacht Property Auction team said: “With the high demand we are currently experiencing, now is a great time to market property and we have thousands of registered applicants looking to buy. We are keen to speak to property owners and can arrange a free valuation to assess the market value for the property.” The Connacht Property Auction does not charge any upfront costs into the auction and take on board all marketing and entry fees – so the property owner has no costs unless the property is successfully sold.
The Cottage, Derraheeda, Leenane, Galway
Offered at bids over €120,000 in partnership with Spencer auctioneers.
Constructed circa 1950, this is a lovely three bed stone cottage which is set back from the road with ample off road parking to the front and side. There is a large additional area to the rear of the house running down to the river, which is currently unused but could provide further gardens if required. The views from the property, especially to the rear, are outstanding, taking in the mountain called 'Devil's Mother'. The property is approached by a chipped driveway with a gated entrance leading down to the front and side of the property, the gardens are enclosed by natural boundaries with a fenced boundary to the front. There are also a couple of apple trees to the side and a stone built shed to the rear.
Banada Abbey, Tourlestrane, Sligo
The Connacht Property Auction in partnership with Gerry Rowland auctioneer, Ballina, is offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase this landmark property known as Banada Abbey. The property is offered to the market at bids over €675,000.
This historic landmark property comprises a convent building, a chapel, an old school, and several outbuildings and sheds, all build on c53 acres. All of these building are in need of refurbishment, however this unique property offers huge development potential, and would suit a variety of uses for an entrepreneur who is looking for an investment.
No 59 Cois Na hAbhainn, Tuam, Galway
Offered at bids over €120,000 in partnership with Tyrrell auctioneers
A well maintained three bed semidetached residence, situated in a sought after location, just a seven minute walk from Tuam town centre and a 25 minute drive from Galway city. The property offers all mod cons and is in excellent décor and condition throughout. To the rear of the house there is an extensive garden, with a decking and storage shed. This most delightful property is ideal for those looking to start a home or indeed buying as an investment.
Contact the auction team on 091 882121/www.connacht propertyauction.ie for details of all available lots. Registration to bid begins at 6.30pm. The auction will commence at 7pm sharp.